Honeycomb Crochet Cowl Pattern for Kids
Regular price $3.50
Spring has sprung! I don’t know about you, but I am always pretty excited for Spring to come! I just love it when the cold winter melts away and the flowers start popping out. With Spring also comes Easter—and we all know how little girls love a new dress when Easter comes around. This lacy crochet cowl would be the perfect addition to any girl’s outfit!
Since I designed this kid's crochet cowl for an active eight-year-old, I used acrylic yarn, not merino wool or anything expensive. One perfect acrylic fingering yarn you could use is Loops and Threads Woolike.
This pattern is written in US crochet terms.
8” wide by 28” long (laid out flat before seaming)
- less than 50 grams of fingering weight yarn
- F (3.75mm) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
Skill Level: Intermediate
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This pattern is my original design. It is for private use only; please do not redistribute or resell it in any way.
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